G. McConway
October 22, 2022

Biden Again Caught Lying About Being a ‘Full-time’ Professor

Fact: When Joe Biden starts a story with “true story,” it is probably a lie.

The latest was Joe Biden talking about being a full-time professor at the University of Pennsylvania, a story that has been debunked numerous times.

Biden has now added to that story by claiming three schools were courting him as president after he left office in 2017.

More Lies

Biden, in his latest tale, stated, “True story: When I left the vice presidency, after Beau died, I wasn’t going to get involved in politics anymore.

“So, I became a full professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

“But before that occurred, three universities came to me and said they wanted to interview me to consider my being a president of the university.”

Biden never taught a single class when he was at the U of P.

He was being paid to make appearances and handed the title of professor, so that is just complete nonsense.

I would love to see a reporter challenge him on this just once, demanding to know exactly what classes he taught when he was there.

On why he did not accept these alleged offers, he stated, “My wife, who’s a professor at a community college, she has two master’s [degrees] and a Ph.D. because she’s smarter than me. And she looked at me, she said, ‘If you do that, I’m leaving you.’

“She said it’s one of the toughest jobs in America, especially if you start arguing about parking spaces and office windows.”

Up until Joe Biden told that story, there was never a single word printed about it.

It is not mentioned in any of the Biden books and there were never any local rumors printed, as would surely have happened.

So, again, how about the media demand Biden name the three schools and see if they can verify his story.

I am pretty sure all of it is a complete lie.

Source: New York Post

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